Death of a Dreamer (Hamish Macbeth, Book 21) by M. C. Beaton

Police Procedurals

By M. C. Beaton

Unique ebook: 2006

Hamish Macbeth is at the path of a killer with a penchant for poison during this novel of homicide within the Scottish Highlands. while Effie Garrand is located poisoned via hemlock, it's as much as Macbeth to discover her killer earlier than extra nightmares spread.

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The state patrol, and even the phone company, all with the same lack of success. On a whim, she punched in Catherine's cell phone number. …and Sara felt a little jolt shoot through her. "Catherine Willows," the familiar voice said, a nice clear, strong signal. "Catherine! " "Well, hi, stranger. " "Are we. And you're not going to believe what happened, here…" "Yeah, well you're not going to believe the case you missed out on. You may be the one hip deep in snow, but we've got the frozen-" And the line went dead.

I mean, they're stuck here, no matter what. And we don't even know for sure that the killer's in there. " "Good point," Grissom said. "And as for any litigation that might arise," Cormier said, a city savvy showing through the country-speak again, "I'd have more exposure if I panicked these folks, and if they went running off in the storm…" Grissom flicked half a smirk. " asked Sara. Glancing down at his watch, Grissom said, "It's almost dinnertime. " "And we say nothing about the murder," Sara said.

Regan said normal, fine, real good spirits. " "Well, I'd been on her about credit cards; she was buying a lot of clothes. I handle the finances, and she was kind of, you know, irresponsible at times. " "Not…words. We bickered about it, not the night before she disappeared, but the night before that. Still, that was enough to get me stewing. I even went upstairs to see if her clothes were still in the closet. You know, thinking maybe she'd left me or something-not for real, just ran to her mom's or one of her sister's in a huff maybe.

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